Attendant cafe review, Shoreditch, London

Best for: Brunch, lunch, coffee with friends, takeaway As much as I love Brighton, sometimes I do feel like I’ve exhausted all the coffee shops. Luckily for me London is just an hour away. However the issue is with London is that everything takes that little bit more planning and it’s not often I just happen to walk past good independent coffee shops in the … Continue reading Attendant cafe review, Shoreditch, London

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Odette review, Paris, France

It would be a struggle to find a cafe as Parisian as Odette. With its colourful exterior, cute little tables and outdoor plants, Odette is as picturesque a cafe that you could ask for. With a selection of coffees and pastries, what Odette is really known for as its delicately decadent cream puffs, the perfect accompaniment to a cafe au lait. The Location This little … Continue reading Odette review, Paris, France

Mad and Kaffe Copenhagen Denmark

Mad & Kaffe, Copenhagen, Denmark

I’m part of the ‘avocado on toast generation’ so of course I had to go for brunch when I visited Copenhagen early this year. I’d read about Mad & Kaffe and its brunches while doing some food research for my trip because it was recommended by a few Danish bloggers and I’m happy to say that this little cafe in the cities trendy Vesterbro district didn’t disappoint. … Continue reading Mad & Kaffe, Copenhagen, Denmark

Wagamama Brighton: New Vegan options

Wagamama is always a go to when it comes to eating dinner out with my friends because be it options for vegans, veggie, fussy eaters or carnivores, it’s one of the few places that is guaranteed to suit us all. Yesterday was a rarity because me and my best friends were not only all back in Brighton at the same time but we also managed to coordinate … Continue reading Wagamama Brighton: New Vegan options

A 20-Something’s Travel Guide to Paris

 A 20- something’s travel guide for the best vegetarian food, vintage shops and exhibitions in Paris When one of my best friends told me she was going to be in Paris for July I couldn’t resist booking a long weekend to visit her and explore one of my favourite cities. I couldn’t have been more lucky with the timing because not only was I blessed … Continue reading A 20-Something’s Travel Guide to Paris

Ouibus London To Paris Review

Pros and cons of Ouibus overnight coach from London to Paris The fact that you can get a coach from London to Paris was actually a bit of a revelation for me before going on my latest trip to Paris. I was going for a long weekend and I’d originally planned on taking the Eurostar train however when it came to booking, the prices were … Continue reading Ouibus London To Paris Review

Brighton Food Tours V.I.B Walking Tour Review

A day with Brighton Food Tour’s V.I.B (Very Independent Brighton) food Tour A couple of weeks ago I was lucky to enough to live out my dream day in Brighton: Spending three hours walking around and sampling some of the best food that Brighton has to offer. This food filled morning was courtesy of Brighton Food tours V.I.B. walking tour, a fantastic foodie experience in … Continue reading Brighton Food Tours V.I.B Walking Tour Review

Why Greece Is Great For Vegan and veggieTravellers

The Best vegetarian and vegan dishes that you need to try in Greece Iman, Spanakopita, Gigantes and Gemista: Greek cuisine is one that’s packed full of Mediterranean vegetables, oil, beans, pulses and bread, making it one of the easiest countries to eat vegetarian or vegan in Europe. You might think of the country’s meaty dishes when you think of Greek cuisine however Greece actually has … Continue reading Why Greece Is Great For Vegan and veggieTravellers

Finally, Good Coffee On Brighton Beach: The Flour Pot Bakery Is Open

Hey guys So I woke up super early this morning as the sun was streaming through the blinds and I happily realised that it was Monday and I had no work today. It’s so hot here in the UK and Brighton feels like the Med at the moment so I thought I’d make the most of it and go and chill on the beach,  although … Continue reading Finally, Good Coffee On Brighton Beach: The Flour Pot Bakery Is Open

Brighton Budget Restaurants: Where To Get Lunch For Less Than £5

A locals guide to cheap eats in Brighton: Food for less than a fiver  As much as I LOVE going out to eat in Brighton, one thing that really gets me down is spending a lot of money on food. There are so many fantastic brunch and lunch places to choose from in the city but most of them usually set me back at least … Continue reading Brighton Budget Restaurants: Where To Get Lunch For Less Than £5